It was fairly well written. The plot is about a woman who is a substitute for the spanish teacher with the ability to read other's surface thoughts (like Ryan, from Smallville episodes "Stray" and "Ryan") but when she comes in contact with another and meteor rocks simultaniously, she cannot control it and blurts out the thoughts word for word in a seizure. The ending is predictable, but it doesn't really harm the story. I preferred this series over the longer novels until recently when i realized that these are just plain too short. This book could probably take up one (barely, anyway) episode length. And the other series has enough description and story to make Smallville: The Movie, if the series didn't follow the "freak of the week" routine from Season one. This young adult series had only attracted me previously because of superb authors Cherie Bennett and Jeff Gottesfield who showed what Clark's purpose is: to defend and help, in Smallville 3, Flight. Suzan Colon is also getting there, but just not within reach. And the other series is basically authors coming in and trying their hand at writing Smallville without having to worry about the pressures of writing episodes. To summarize, this book is average.